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Freezing 24/7 SAVE ME AHHH

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Colour, Jan 16, 2007.

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  1. Colour

    Colour Thread Starter

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    My computer is acting all weird. Ok, any second, my computer freezes then just shuts down. I'm scared someone help me before i freeze again. I had to type this really fast. Sometimes it freezes when i just open the computer, sometimes it luckily takes over 1 hour. What is causing this!
     
  2. daddyhominum

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    Not enough info but I would guess a memory prob first.
    Perhaps enlarge the virtual memory setting?

    Has the HDD with the OS plenty of operating room?
     
  3. fatbobthefirst

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    Old computer or new one.
    If old maybe overheat problem? But like Daddyhominum said. Too little info
     
  4. Colour

    Colour Thread Starter

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    i don't know what that means i suck at computers =(. and it's a new computer
     
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  6. rebelmusic

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    Also make sure your comp isnt next to a radiator or any other heat source. Computers like working in the cold :)
     
  7. daddyhominum

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    If it is new, you should really ask the seller to put it right. And if it is new, it is less likely to be memory rather then other hardware.

    I think you need to see a technician.
     
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